The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) has announced that it will spend 900 crore to expand the Mumbai-Pune Expressway. The expansion will include the construction of two new lanes in each direction, as well as the widening of the existing lanes. The project is expected to be completed by 2020.
The Mumbai-Pune highway will be expanded at a projected cost of INR 900 crore, according to plans revealed by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC). The project’s comprehensive project report has been finished, according to MSRDC Managing Director Radheshyam Mopalwar, and is currently being presented to the government for permission. Construction is anticipated to start right away after approval and take about two years to finish. To alleviate the expressway’s growing congestion, the extension will involve adding one extra lane to each carriageway. The expansion won’t necessitate changing any of the current bridges, according to Mopalwar, although the tunnels might be small with only room for three and a half lanes. Drivers will receive a warning about this possible problem. It’s anticipated that the finished extension would be operational by the
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